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Erase Sharpie Marks on a White Board.

Step 1: Oops...

Oops! You just used a Sharpie on your White board instead of a Dry Erase Marker.

Step 2: Draw Over Sharpie Writing With a Dry Erase Marker

Scribble over the Sharpie Writing with a Dry Erase Marker.

Step 3: Wipe Off!

Wipe off with a eraser or a paper towel. And poof! The Sharpie writing is gone!

Step 4: Wait ... Its Still There

If there is still faint writing just scribble over it in dry erase marker again. Now it should be gone.

<p>This is a handy trick I've had to use once or twice before ;) Nice job with the instructable!</p>
Thanks!
spray with hairspray then wipe off
<p>Oh yes. One of my favorite tricks. you can take sharpie off nearly anything non-porus with this oldie. Pro-Tip; make sure to use the same colour marker as sharpie, if you can.</p>
<p>This works on an amazing number of other surfaces. I've used it on hard shell instrument cases and non porous book covers. It's now my go to solution for removing Sharpie&copy; from anything/everything.</p>
<p>I love this trick, I've definitely had to use it a few times, haha</p>
Rubbing alcohol.

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